Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Little Last Minute Eye Work and Some Thoughts for the Pounds

I really liked my idea last year of renting out pit bulls for New Year’s Eve parties.  Driving under the influence is 10 000 times more lethal to humans than pit bulls are.  I love the breed – very affectionate … Continue reading

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A Little Crescent

It’s the last couple of days before the end of the year.  I’m trying to balance some last minute catch-up efforts for last year’s New Year’s resolutions, with my current health needs and situation. The weather is pretty cold (38 … Continue reading

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A Decent Heart Bench

(I apologize in advance for the bitter tone.  It’s momentary, and will pass, but it is honest, and it will resonate with anyone who has been diabetic as long as I have been.) I’ve had a rough couple of days … Continue reading

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Muscle Work

I spent a little time working on the heartwork 0.1 program.  I put in 3 different anatomy options (heart, muscle, and vessels).  I also put in an option to opt out of music and pictures, for the sake of speed … Continue reading

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A White Christmas

I made the traditional French family call on Christmas Eve.  My brother passed his cell phone around the dinner table, as I said hello to everyone.  I then went to Christmas Eve candlelight services at the local church, and we … Continue reading

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Heartwork 0.1

Today was a really beautiful day.  A little cool, but very clear.  After starting my blood pressure medicine yesterday, I actually felt stronger this morning.  I measured my pressure at 130/70, and then headed out for the hills with the … Continue reading

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Pressure

I did 6 minutes on the Bruce protocol (Stress test) but my pressures were pretty awful (we stopped the test at a systolic of 219, and the systolic pressure rose all the way up to 239 which is the equivalent … Continue reading

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